Saturday November 22, 2014

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Sharks compete in Alberta

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Members of the Estevan Sharks water polo program who competed in Alberta were: (Back row, L-R) Jarod Buick, Charlotte Andrist, Auriel Bill, Taeghan Hack and Emily Marshall. Front row: Josie Andrist, Alex Andrist, Mikayla Hack and Logan Marshall.

Members of the Estevan Sharks' water polo club travelled to Calgary for the Alberta Open tournament from March 13 to 16.

Players from across Western Canada were at the competition. The local athletes were part of Team Saskatchewan's entries.

The atom girls finished with the bronze medal. Five locals were part of that team: Alex Andrist, Josie Andrist, Charlotte Andrist, Mikayla Hack and Taeghan Hack.

The bantam girls finished in fifth. Charlotte Andrist and Taeghan Hack were on that team, in addition to the atom squad. Emily Marshall was also on the bantam entry.

Other local entries who competed in Alberta were: Jarod Buick was on the bantam boys' squad that won the bronze medal; Marshall was also on the cadet girls' team that won bronze; and Auriel Bill was on the under-18 team, which also brought home a bronze medal.

Logan Marshall was chosen for the atom boys' team, but they wound up not competing in Calgary.

Up next for the Sharks will be the spring provincial tournament in Saskatoon on March 29 and 30.

 


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